National Tree day Albury

National Tree Day is Australia’s biggest community tree-planting event and a day for all Australians to help out by planting native trees and shrubs at a Tree Day site in their local area.

Since Tree Day started in 1996 more than 1.5 million volunteers have planted over 11.5 million native trees and shrubs!

It’s a great day, the link to the Albury site (including a map) is here

Sunday, 27 July 2008 10:00am to 12:00pm

Organisation: parklands-alburywodonga
Site Address: Day st
West Albury NSW 2640

Nearest Cross Street: Padman Drive
Site Reference:Padman Park

Suitable for Children: Yes
Accessible for disabled: Yes

Notes about the day for Volunteers:
Bring appropriate clothing (hat,gloves), drinking water and food.

Activities that will take place on the day:

  • Tree Planting
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About alburywodongaonline

Hi I'm Jack Stone (a pseudonym), I'm a long-time Albury resident and I think it's a great place to live and work. I have a strong interest in local events and media and I started this site because I think a different perspective is often needed when reporting local news. I take a keen interest in local politics, as well as what's going on at the state and federal level, I'm also a supporter of social justice issues, the envirionment and the need for people to have a say in the events that effect their lives. I'm a fan of the Border Bandits and I'd love to see both teams take the flag this year, and next year, and maybe the one after that too.
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